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One can only hope that the Anglican Consultative Council will see fit to follow his teaching and reaffirm that the Anglican Church of Canada is part of the whole united family of all Anglicans instead of writing us off as an erring child.
neighbouring Bhutan, said Nenong Erring, a Member of Indian Parliament from
For what it's worth, he left some decent instructions for dealing with erring members of the community: "If your brother does something wrong, go and have it out with him alone, between your two selves.
But as children's softer skulls are even more at risk from any potential dangers connected to phone radiation, I'm pretty sure that Santa will be erring on the side of caution until Low junior is well into his teens.
We expect to take action against all the erring officers on Saturday itself," state government sources were quoted, as saying.
As the three-month discount period ended on Thursday, erring drivers will have to pay the fines in full.
The Indian central bank is to take action against erring cooperative banks for their role in money laundering.
If the government finds that the two channels are erring, it can approach the relevant regulatory authority for relief.
Driving callously costs an erring driver Dh2,000 as fine, 12 black points, as well as the impoundment of the vehicle for 30 days.